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Monday: Hillary Clinton exudes confidence in an exclusive interview. A drug crisis parents can't afford to ignore. And Israel closes Gaza's borders, leaving residents in need of supplies and aid.
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Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev is in serious condition and under heavy guard a day after he was captured in a manhunt that shut down the city; and Tatyana McFadden competed in Boston's wheelchair marathon the day it was bombed, but plans to compete in London's marathon, "dedicating the whole weekend to the people of Boston."
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Sunday: The showdown on Iraq heats up on Capitol Hill; dry grass fuels wildfires in Utah; conservation catches on in Los Angeles; and the dreamliner 787 is a hit for Boeing.
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In his most extensive interview since being elected in March, Pope Francis warned the Catholic Church must balance its rules about abortion, gay marriage and contraception with the need to be more welcoming; and, Army Capt. Will Swenson will receive the Medal of Honor at the White House next month for his bravery in Afghanistan. Some of Swenson's heroism was captured on video that shows soldiers fight not only for their country, but for each other, too.
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Wednesday: Mitt Romney's photo-finish victory in the Iowa caucuses is a remarkable turn of events for a candidate who had all but written off the state a few months ago; Also, following his near victory in Iowa, Rick Santorum will have to figure out how to translate surprise success into sustained momentum; And, an Ohio seismologist blames a recent string of earthquakes on the natural gas extraction technique known as fracking.
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Power crews from as far away as Arkansas are working to restore power to hundreds of thousands of customers in southeastern Pennsylvania. Gov. Tom Corbett said the storm was as bad, or worse, than Superstorm Sandy; and, The TSA's ban underscores the concern behind the U.S. government's warning to airlines worldwide that terrorists may attempt to smuggle explosives inside tubes of toothpaste.
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Thursday: The president defended his response to the spill while lashing out at BP; Plus, Marines in Afghanistan have managed to establish a school, giving the children a taste of education.
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Tuesday: A CBS News poll finds Americans disillusioned with Congress and the President; Also, the debate to cut senior year from high schools; And, shocking restaurant calories revealed.
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Tuesday: Tom Daschle drops his bid for an Obama Cabinet position; Shocking details emerge in the link between salmonella and peanut butter; Plus, how one man soared above the World Trade Center.
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Monday: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joins the Tea Party Express in Nevada to launch a cross-country tour; Also, Facebook acknowledges that its privacy policy had been violated; Plus, politician stimulus hypocrisy exposed.
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Friday: A large financial institution nearly collapses; why appraisers are inflating home prices; violence in Tibet; a plan to save time at airport security; and a boy's dog helps him to speak.
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More than three dozen people were killed in an upscale mall in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi when a group of men armed with automatic weapons stormed the shopping center. Somalia-based militant group al Shabab, an al Qaeda affiliate, has claimed responsibility; and, several players for the football team in Lyons, Colo., lost their homes when floods consumed their town. They continue to practice and play.
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The Obama campaign takes its march to the Democratic National Convention through key battleground states; Then, New Orleans' new $14 billion levee system kept the city dry but at least 12 surrounding parishes experienced flooding; Also, parents and electronic makers are voicing their concerns over the increasing use of tech toys and mobile devices by young children.
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New research shows home prices rose from March to April in 19 of the 20 largest cities. So, are we rising from the worst real estate collapse since the Great Depression? Jim Axelrod reports; And, Tropical Strom Debby finally made landfall on the northwest coast of Florida. The slow-moving storm has been dumping rain on the Sunshine State for four days. Michelle Miller reports on what Debby has left in store.
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Thursday: Christians celebrate Christmas throughout the world; a shocking Santa killing spree; plus, a group aims to combat the stigmas of stuttering.
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Najibullah Zazi, who pleaded guilty to plotting a 2009 bombing attempt in New York City, is testifying in the trial of an accomplice; Also, 33 years after the disappearance of six-year-old Etan Patz, police are following a new lead; And, Howard Buffett, son of billionaire Warren Buffett, is on a mission to feed America's hungry.
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The NBA has chosen former Time Warner and Citigroup chief Richard Parsons as the interim CEO of the Los Angeles Clippers. It is the league’s first major move to seize control of the team since owner Donald Sterling was banned for life for making racist comments; As part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets David Good, whose mother grew up in a remote village in the Amazon jungle. After meeting an American anthropologist, she moved to New Jersey and started a...
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Thursday: The Sanford, Fla. police chief steps down amid calls for justice in the case of the neighborhood watch captain who killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin; Also, the Los Angeles coroner releases the official cause of the death of Whitney Houston; Plus, new data shows fewer women are choosing to get married; And, a remarkable teacher finds a way to turn a gang member in her classroom into a graduating high school senior.
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Civilian casualties from over 1,500 Israeli air strikes are fueling outrage in Gaza City. And, as Charlie D'Agata reports, growing anger could outlast any truce that diplomats might patch together; And, Dave Cote was on the Simpson Bowles Commission that worked out a plan to balance the country's budget. Scott Pelley spoke with the Honeywell CEO to get his perspective on how bad the debt is compared to the overall size of the economy.
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Mark Strassmann reports from Tuscaloosa, Ala., where tornadoes ripped through neighborhoods, leaving many with nothing and killing at least 36; Then, On the eve of the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William, a party atmosphere formed outside Westminster Abbey; Also, Katie Couric talks to some London schoolchildren and learns about the changing face of their country.
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Saturday: As the debt ceiling deadline approaches, credit rating agencies are threatening to downgrade America's gold-plated credit rating; Also, major British newspapers carried full-page advertisements of apology from Rupert Murdoch for the hacking scandal; Plus, Los Angeles is averting the dreaded Carmegeddon; And, a guided tour of the art exhibit "NASA Art: 50 Years of Exploration."
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Friday: Government troops beat up demonstrators demanding freedom and democracy in Myanmar. Questions about drug trials. And, a college professor's most important lesson.
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Friday: In the last pre-primary poll before the South Carolina primary, Newt Gingrich passes longtime frontrunner Mitt Romney; Also, the unstable position of the half-sunken Costa Concordia cruise ship is causing stops and starts for the rescue efforts to find survivors; And, Steve Hartman profiles 84-year-old Virgil Harms who has been the mayor of Paoli, Colo., for the last 50 years.
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Friday: Economic recovery not as strong as originally thought; Also, military spouses face dread over bad news; And, a farm sanctuary that helps both animals and humans.
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Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban, was flown to the U.K. to be treated for her wounds; The FDA has raised the possibility more medications could be linked to the meningitis outbreak; Also, Artifacts commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cuban missile crisis reveal a new look into what became the most perilous moment of the Cold War
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Saturday: The Safeway supermarket in Tucson, Ariz. has reopened for business, one week after the shooting rampage; Also, the former president of the Tunisia is in exile after an uprising against his regime; And, we examine Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s use of the media to propel the civil rights movement.
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Tuesday: President Bush fires back at Democrats over the firings of eight U.S. attorneys; a new report shows Alzheimer's disease is on the rise; and rescuers find a missing Boy Scout.
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Prince William and his wife Kate emerged from St. Mary's Hospital in London to introduce the world to their newborn son, the future king of England; and, a group of friends was snorkeling to try to hear whales when they got way more than they bargained for. Two humpback whales breached the surface and nearly gulped down the divers.
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Friday: Details emerge concerning a gunman who launched a shooting spree outside the Pentagon; Also, most of Florida's tomato crops destroyed by historically cold weather; And, a Harlem school redefines education.
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Saturday: The violence on Iran's streets is still in full force; Plus The creative guru of Apple, Steve Jobs, has been on medical leave after recovering from a liver transplant.
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Not long after the new pope is elected, he will be introduced to world of challenges facing the Catholic Church, not the least of which are financial; Also, compounding pharmacies are supposed to make drugs for individuals by prescription. But, New England Compounding Center shipped 17,000 vials of toxic steroids to 23 states; And, Scott Pelley sits down with three young men on their way to priesthood.
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As administration officials prepare for a government shutdown, Nancy Cordes reports both sides say talks are headed in the wrong direction; Then, Dean Reynolds reports on how rising gas prices, worldwide demand and low supplies of food have all contributed to high prices at U.S. grocery stores; Also, Seth Doane reports on how students in Toledo, Ohio, are gravitating to a boxing gym built to keep kids off the streets.
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Monday: BP officials say a permanent seal is imminent; Also, President Obama says Iraq withdrawal timetable on target; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
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Friday: Wall Street tries to regain normalcy after an unprecedented 1,000 point sell off; Also, the contraceptive pill turns 50-years-old; And, a new documentary explores the first year of life.
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Friday: Massive floods cause a massive disaster in Pakistan; Also, radio host Dr. Laura uses 'N-word' repeatedly on her show; And, the spicy side of America.
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Even with the war in Iraq over and the war in Afghanistan winding down, military suicides are up; Also, Elizabeth Palmer reports from Damascus, Syria on the latest reports of a new massacre by Syrian troops in the Syrian village of Hama; And, Dawn Loggins, 18, was abandoned by her parents while in high school. Given another chance to succeed, she's now graduating high school and on her way to Harvard.
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It's Black Friday, the day retailers hope will kick off a holiday buying frenzy to boost profits. And in tonight's "Assignment America," Steve Hartman meets a saintly car salesman.
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By the time the storm hit, almost everyone in Atlanta had decided to ride it out at home, but tens of thousands of people in the area lost power as trees and power lines collapsed under the weight of the ice; and, Mark Strasssmann meets one of the three surviving members who risked everything to save priceless works of art.
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Tuesday: Pres. Obama says that he has decided on a strategy for the war in Afghanistan; Also, a Belgium man was conscious while supposedly in a coma for 23 years; And, sea lions invade San Francisco.
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Friday: The growing U.S. unemployment rate leaves jobless nationwide to resort to drastic measures; Also, social conservatives outraged over a White House staffer's remarks.
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Thursday: The struggling car industry finally gets a jump start; Also, the ugly world of political ads goes virtual; And, recent teen suicides turn spotlight on bullying epidemic.
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Monday: The congressional debt supercommittee failed to reach an agreement on cuts to reduce the nation's deficit; Then, At least 24 people have been killed in three days of protests as the fight for democracy continues in Egypt; Also, UC Davis' chancellor is leading an investigation reviewing the use of pepper spray by campus police.
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Monday: Republicans shoot down President Obama's balanced plan for cutting the deficit; Then, A new study claims people with diabetes are twice as likely to develop dementia; Also, an investigation into the rogue pharmacies that distribute the powerful medications - no questions asked.
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Malaysian authorities have searched the homes of the pilot and co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. They've spoken to their families and are examining the pilot's personal flight simulator; and, Exit polls from Sunday's referendum in Crimea show overwhelming support for separating from Ukraine and for joining the Russian Federation, but many of those opposed to joining Russia boycotted the vote.
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Thursday: The U.S. Senate passes historic health care reform legislation; Also, Pope Benedict XVI is attacked during a Christmas Eve Vatican ceremony; And, communities set up Christmas trees on a budget.
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Wednesday: Investor fears over the U.S. heading into another recession and the threat of a European banking crisis sends the Dow dropping more than 500 points; Also, researchers engineer a patient's own immune cells to treat a type of blood cancer called chronic lymphocytic leukemia; And, Somali-Americans living in Minneapolis are doing all they can to help those suffering from the drought in their native country.
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Friday: District Attorney Mike Nifong says he will resign; U.S. astronauts repair the shuttle Atlantis during a spacewalk; and Hamas offers amnesty to senior Fatah leaders.
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Thursday: A half hour before its scheduled vote, Speaker Boehner's debt reduction bill is tabled in the House; Also, adjustable rate mortgage increases could spike if the U.S. defaults on its debts; Plus, a gun store clerk tips off police to an American-born Muslim who may have been planning an attack on Fort Hood soldiers; And, Los Angeles is ending its controversial red-light camera program.
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Sunday: Eight people were killed when truck plowed into race spectators at track in Calif.'s Mojave Desert; Also, authorities confirm the jailhouse death of the so-called "Craigslist killer" Philip Markoff; Plus, the U.N. secretary general visits Pakistan.
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Sunday: With so many deaths of Haitian adults, the number of orphans has reached more than a million; Plus, President Obama joined the battle to help the Democrats save the Massachusetts Senate seat at risk in a special election.
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Tuesday: Hopeful research for young children with behavioral problems. CBS News uncovers an alarming number of suicides among U.S. veterans. And, a poll shows Dems are neck and neck in Iowa.
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Tuesday: The first of two suspects in the Ct. home invasion murder trial gets convicted; Also, attempted times square bomber Faisal Shahzad makes a new threat in court; Plus, revolutionizing school cafeterias.
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Thursday: Traffic fatalities drop to the lowest level since 1954; Also, schools face budget deficits nationwide; And, a Calif. man gets creative with tulips.
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Wednesday: An ex-con opens fire at a routine meeting of a Florida school district; Also, Congress has adds $8 billion worth of earmarks to the spending bill; Plus, four wounded Marines speak out about the Afghan war.
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Friday: U.S. security officials modify terror screening procedures; Also, inside Apple's new iPad; And, "Dynasty" actor John Forsythe dies at 92.
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For the first time in ten days, residents in southern California are sleeping easier now that Christopher Dorner, the former cop wanted in a series of revenge killings, apparently is dead. Carter Evans was there when the manhunt came to an end and details how it all went down; And, following the 2013 State of the Union Address, President Obama hit the road to push his new agenda.
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Saturday: The containment dome put in place to cap the oil spill had to be removed; Also, following the trail of terror to Pakistan; And, electric cars are on the rise.
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After their meeting with Vice President Joe Biden's gun violence task force, the NRA released a statement saying they were "disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the Second Amendment"; And, for communities devastated by superstorm Sandy, it has been a long road to recovery. Elaine Quijano reports from a town along the New Jersey shore where that road is being built - one wooden plank at a...
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Tuesday: Possible triple-digit temperatures may push power usage to record levels in the Northeast; Plus, on day 78 of the oil spill, tar balls have made it to New Orleans and as far as the Texas coast.
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The chief of air traffic controllers, Hank Krakowski, abruptly resigned after recent incidents of controllers sleeping on the job; Then, Political leaders of the anti-Qaddafi rebels are lobbying for exemption from the U.N. arms embargo, Also, Dodger stadium has called upon an army of police in order to keep the peace at the the first home game of the season.
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Friday: Suicide bombers in Pakistan killed dozens of police cadets in retaliation for the killing of Osama bin Laden; Also, engineers are preparing to open a spillway to prevent the Miss. River from flooding New Orleans; And, rising food and fuel prices are causing a burst of inflation.
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Saturday: Iraq is the training ground for Al Qaeda before moving on; after a hedge fund bailout, the Dow Jones drops and leaves investors worried and some colleges refuse to contribute to rankings.
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Russian forces in Crimea fired warning shots at unarmed Ukrainian soldiers Tuesday, but Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted there was no tension between the two armies; and, a stash of gold coins valued at upwards of $10 million that was found by a California couple buried on their property may be the haul stolen by a San Francisco Mint employee in 1901.
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Sunday: As Egypt's uncertain march to democracy continues, the military said they would rule the country until September; Also, Google executive Wael Ghonim speaks about the uprising in Egypt; Plus, the FAA warns pilots of the dangers from handheld lasers.
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Recently obtained memos show Ambassador Chris Stevens asked the State Department repeatedly for more security in Libya before he was killed in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi; And, Steve Hartman travels to St. Petersburg, Fla., where, for nearly three years, a monkey on the loose has been evading authority and captivating residents.
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Thursday: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the CIA lied to her about waterboarding terror suspects; Plus, inside NASA's mission to repair Hubble; And, mass U.S. car dealership shutdown.
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Some of New York's top officials assured its citizens that there was no reason to fear an attack on the City's subway system. Fear had engulfed the city after Iraq's Prime Minister stated that terrorists were plotting to strike an American subway system; and, hundreds of Denver-area students walked out of school to protest proposed changes to a new history curriculum in an advanced-placement class. Student say this is form of censorship.
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Monday: Several stories of upset passengers have gone viral amid calls for a protest; Also, the American Black Friday tradition is transitioning to the web; Plus, an older brother who spent over a decade saving funds to reunite with his two younger siblings.
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Wednesday: Surging flood water is spelling disaster for small communities like Tunica Cutoff, Miss., which could be flooded off the map; Also, the Peace Corps are being accused of ignoring sexual assaults on volunteers; And, "CJ's Bus" creates a safe haven for kids in disaster zones.
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Sunday: Libyan rebel forces retake key cities after U.S. intervention; Also, more fears of Japan's radiation levels; And, remembering Geraldine Ferraro.
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Monday: More than a week after the Tucson shooting, doctors are confident in Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' recovery; Also, Apple's CEO Steve Jobs takes another medical leave of absence; Plus, a report on what influenced Martin Luther King Jr.
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Tuesday: The U.S. loses a warplane as the allies keep up the assault on Libya and Qaddafi remains defiant; Also, in Japan, thousands of earthquake survivors are still struggling to find adequate food, water, and shelter; And, officials across the nation are attempting to address the issue of alarmingly high college dropout rates.
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Sunday: President Obama paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan, commending the troops for recent military progress against the Taliban; Plus, The Grateful Dead's success is being studied in schools.
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